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NAVYA ADDS OPERATIONS ENGINEERING AND AERONAUTICAL TOPOGRAPHY TO THE ISO 9001 AND 14001 CERTIFICATION
Navya has incorporated the areas of Operations Engineering and Aeronautical Topography to its quality and environmental management system, being awarded the ISO 9001 and the ISO 14001 certifications. Quality assurance procedures have been established for the development of the activities included in these fields.
NAVYA SIGNS A NEW CONTRACT WITH THE AIR OPERATOR CANARYFLY TO IMPROVE ITS ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES AND OPERATIONS ENGINEERING
Navya continues expanding its activities in the field of Operations Engineering, signing a new contract with Canaryfly to provide support in this area and improve the organizational processes of the operator.
NAVYA SIGNS A NEW OPERATION ENGINEERING SUPPORT CONTRACT WITH BINTER GROUP, THE LEADING OPERATOR IN THE CANARY ISLANDS
Navya is to continue supporting NAYSA’s Technical Office on Operation Engineering, since NAYSA is responsible for Binter Group operations.
This support will lead NAYSA to comply with the new AIR OPS regulations and will contribute to improve their levels of quality and safety as well.
EUROPEAN GNSS AGENCY (GSA) HAS LAUNCHED EGNOS USER SATISFACTION SURVEY
The GSA, along with the European Satellite Services Provider (ESSP), is conducting the EGNOS User Satisfaction Survey. It will be available until November 30th.
The survey covers all market segments and services, including both Open Service and Safety of Life Signal, plus management of EGNOS User Support Services. The results of the survey will allow the GSA and ESSP to improve EGNOS technology and enhance customer service.
NAVYA SIGNS A FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT WITH INECO TO PROVIDE BOTH FLIGHT PROCEDURES DESIGN AND SUPPORT ON THE ANALYSIS OF OBSTACLES IN PANS-OPS AREAS
Navya has signed a framework agreement with INECO in the field of Flight Procedures Design, which involves modeling of the scenarios for the design process and analysis of obstacles in PANS OPS areas.
NAVYA HAS SIGNED A CONTRACT WITH SERAIR FOR A COMPLETE OPERATIONS ENGINEERING SERVICE
Flight Operations Engineering service means a full set of tasks that can help an small Air Operator like SERAIR to handle with all the flight operations requirements,
incresing the safety level of the operator.
NAVYA HAS DEVELOPED A COMPLETE OPERATIONS ENGINEERING SERVICE FOR SMALL/MEDIUM AIR OPERATORS
Flight Operations Engineering service means a full set of tasks that can help the Air Operator to handle with flight operations requirements
(airport analysis, EO-SID, escape rutes, drift down procedures, etc) and increse the Air Operator level of safety. This service can be parcially
or totally outsourced, in this way the company can keep controlled the level of fixed cost in the optimum level.
NAVYA AUTOMATES OBSTACLE CONTROL AND SURVEILLANCE AT BARCELONA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
NAVYA has delivered to Aena Airports-Barcelona Airport the first module of a GIS based software tool that will allow Barcelona International Airport ("El Prat") to improve control and surveillance of potential flight obstacle in the airport surrounding area of influence.
NAVYA SUPPORTS EASA TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF AVIATION SAFETY IN AFRICA
NAVYA has recently completed a training Program for a number of African Civil Aviation Authorities under the umbrella of the SIASA (Support to the Improvement of Aviation Safety in Africa) Project, implemented by EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) on behalf of the European Commission.
NAVYA TO PROVIDE AERONAUTICAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE MASTER PLAN OF NAVI MUMBAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN INDIA
NAVYA, the Spanish firm specialized in Aviation Solutions, will assist the US-based engineering consultant firm Louis Berger to finalise the Master Plan for the International Airport at Navi Mumbai in Maharashtra, India.
Navi Mumbai International Airport is a proposed greenfield international airport, to be built in the Kopra-Panvel area of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region in India, aimed at easing Mumbai's air traffic congestion with an expected capacity to handle nearly 55 million passengers annually. The airport is being built through public–private partnership (PPP) and Louis Berger was chosen to prepare a comprehensive master plan, project report, procurement documents and other necessary reports to help finalise bids to be issued for selecting a strategic partner for developing the proposed project.
The technical assistance provided by NAVYA will include not only the Airspace structure description, Instrument Approaches study and SID/STARs conceptual design but also an analysis of the required CNS/ATM/MET equipment and a study of feasibility for transition from conventional to Performance Based Navigation (PBN).
NAVYA is a world leading expert in highly specialized engineering solutions for the Aviation industry, from Airspace and Air Navigation to Aeronautical Infrastructures, Aviation Safety and Strategic business consultancy for Airports and Air Operators, with a renowned reputation and more than 300 projects successfully carried out in more than 100 customers in 4 continents.
NAVYA SEMINAR HELD ON NEW ICAO ANNEX 19 ON AVIATION SAFETY
NAVYA held last Monday, November 11, the Seminar on the New ICAO Annex 19, which shall enter into force today, November 14, 2013, at Torre Espacio in Madrid
The event, which saw a huge attendance of airlines and providers of air navigation services, was presented by top level speakers who focused on developments and implications for the aviation sector arising from the new Annex, especially regarding SMS (Safety Management Systems) and SSP (Safety State Programs).
NAVYA DELIVERS A NEW METHODOLOGY TO OBTAIN “RISK CLASSIFICATION SCHEMES (RCS) AND SAFETY OBJECTIVES CLASSIFICATION SCHEMES (SOCS)” FOR NATIONAL AIR NAVIGATION PROVIDER
NAVYA has completed for AENA, the Spanish Air Navigation Service Provider, an updated methodology to obtain new Air Navigation Risk Classification Schemes (RCS) and Safety Objectives Schems (SOCS) Schemes, including, inter alia:
Analysis of current methodology
Modifications to the existing methodology to obtain:
General Risk Classification Schemes (RCS) of Aena as Air Navigation Service Provider
Individual Risk Classification Schemes (RCS) for the different Air Traffic Service Units, considering the recent liberalization and changes occurred in the Spanish Air navigation environment
Safety Objectives Classification Schemes (SOCS) of such units
Schemes Validation Methodology
Update and Maintenance of Schemes
In addition to the different analysis and deliverables NAVYA has designed an Excel tool named “AEROS” (Spanish acronym for RCS and SOCS Schemes Updating Tool) to facilitate the future update of such schemes and further analysis.
NAVYA HAS BEEN SELECTED TO PERFORM THE EO-SID PROCEDURES FOR AIR OPERATORS BELONGING TO BINTER GROUP, ACCORDING TO THE SPANISH CIVIL AVIATION REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
For more information about Navya technical assistance services for advanced analysis of EO-SID/Drift-Down/Escape Route Procedures, please contact us.
NEW SERVICE FOR THE CANARY ISLANDS REGIONAL AIR NAVIGATION DIRECTION OF AENA
Navya has been awarded the service for "Graphic Documentation Management and Technical/Operating Data " by the Canarian Regional Air Navigation Direction of AENA (DRNA) to provide assistance for technical and administrative management of maps, images and data related to the Canarian Airspace and with the different facilities of this Regional Air Navigation Direction.
The service will be provided at Canary Islands DNER premises and will last for one year, extendable to two additional years.
NEW ICAO ANNEX 19 "SAFETY MANAGEMENT"
The new annex, Annex 19, supports ICAO’s global safety strategy, which calls for improved standardization, increased collaboration among aviation stakeholders, new information sharing initiatives and prioritization of investments in technical and human resources required to ensure safe operations in the future.
The creation of Annex 19 consolidates provisions relating to State Safety Programmes (SSPs) and Safety Management Systems (SMS) into a single source and involved close collaboration between ICAO, its Member States and key international organizations over the past three years.
NAVYA FACILITATES TO AIRLINES THE ADAPTATION OF THEIR OPERATIONS TO THE NEW EASA-OPS REGULATION
Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 on Air Operations was adopted by the European Commission on 05/10/2012 and published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 25/10/2012.
EASA published the associated Decisions containing the Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC) and Guidance Material (GM) on the same day on the EASA website:
• ED Decision 2012/015/R on Part-Definitions
• ED Decision 2012/016/R on Part-ARO
• ED Decision 2012/017/R on Part-ORO
• ED Decision 2012/018/R on Part-CAT
• ED Decision 2012/019/R on Part-SPA
The Regulation entered into force and became applicable on 28/10/2012 and it will be mandatory in EU countries as of October 2014 for any provider of commercial air transport, including compliance with the different national regulatory authorities provisions. For that purpose, a transition period has been established for Air operators and other aeronautical organizations to create new and/or modify existing operating procedures, inform and train their staff and to establish, in general, the actions needed to implement these changes in their operational departments.
EASA-OPS adaptation contemplates a transition process with due dates and key milestones:
• Phase 1: Presentation of transition matrix (expected by February 2013).
• Phase 2: Procedures Manual (by July 2013)
• Phase 3: Training and implementation (by October 2014)
• Phase 4: Inspection and verification of the implementation (by October 2014)
Given the imminence of the next milestone in this transition process, Navya has recently launched for Air Operators a new service of Adaptation of Operating Manuals and Procedures to EASA-OPS according to the new regulations. In the following link you can find information about this and other Navya Solutions for Airlines: